2013: Made 27 appearances on the season, all in relief ... Posted a 3-5 record with a 2.66 ERA as he allowed 17 runs on 49 hits through 50.2 innings of work ... Struck out 43 and walked only 10 while holding opponents to a .266 batting average against ... Also posted two saves on the season: at Florida International (3/3) and against Alabama (4/12) ... Picked up his three wins against No. 12 TCU (2/16), Rhode Island (2/24) and at Florida (3/29) ... Combined for a shutout over No. 12 TCU in the series-clinching 1-0 win in game two of the sweep ... The win at Florida (3/29) came in 2.0 innings of work in an extra-inning game in the series opener ... Suffered losses against Southern Miss (4/16), No. 24 Kentucky (4/25), at Auburn (5/4), at No. 2 LSU (5/17) and against Arkansas (5/22) in the SEC Tournament ... Worked a season-long 4.2 innings against No. 2 LSU (5/17) in the series-opener ... NCAA TOURNAMENT: Made two appearances in the NCAA Raleigh Regional with both outings coming against William & Mary ... Worked 4.0 innings in the opening game against the Tribe (5/31) ... Worked 1.0 inning against William & Mary in the elimination game on day three ... Did not allow a run in either appearance ...
2012: Made 19 relief appearances on the season ... Posted a 1-0 record with a 3.89 ERA through 37.0 innings of work ... Struck out 37 and walked only eight while allowing 19 runs - 16 earned - on 34 hits in his time on the mound ... Held opponents to a .239 batting average against ... Combined for two shutouts on the season: Houston (3/9) and Southern Miss (5/1) ... Picked up his one relief win against No. 15 Arkansas (4/20) in the resumption of a suspended game due to weather from the night before ... Allowed one run on three hits with four strikeouts in 2.2 innings of work against the Razorbacks ... Worked a season-long 3.2 innings in relief against Tennessee (5/13) in the series finale ... Struck out a season-high four batters on three occasions: at Alabama (3/25), No. 15 Arkansas (4/20) and Tennessee (5/13) ... NCAA TOURNAMENT: Made on appearance with 3.1 innings of work against TCU in the first championship game of the College Station Regional at Texas A&M ... Allowed one unearned run on three hits with a walk and a strikeout ...
JUNIOR COLLEGE: Lettered one season under head coach Aaron Vorachet at Bossier Parrish Community College ... Posted a 4-5 record with a 3.70 ERA in 74.0 innings of work over 13 appearances ... Struck out 58 and walked 11 in that time ...
HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered three years under head coach Rusty Cagle at Lewisburg High School ... Named an All-State selection in 2010 ... Named the Region 3 Class 3A Player of the Year in 2009 ... Also named the Region 3 Class 4A Player of the Year ... Posted a 6-1 record with one save and a 1.92 ERA as a senior in 2010 ... Struck out 100 and walked eight in 54.0 innings of work ... Hit .373 with 17 RBI, nine doubles, a triple and 17 runs scored ... Also lettered three years in basketball and a year in football ...
MISCELLANEOUS: Son of Robert and Rebecca Greenwood ... Born August 18, 1991 ... Has an older brother, Ryan ... Played summer ball for the Mississippi Bandits.
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